Besides the dress and the bride herself, they’re the center of attention on the aisle: We’re speaking of course of the bouquet! What little girl doesn’t have a story of trying to catch the bouquet or better yet, stealing a little of the attention as the flower girl!
Here at Tony Brewer Co. we LOVE flowers – but we’re surprised at how few brides take full advantage of them. Step out beyond roses and baby’s breath with some of these seasonal ideas, care of our favorite frivolity, Pinterest!
“Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy.” ― Anne Frank
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Is it pinkish-orange or orangish-pink? The charming duality of coral makes it both a perennial summer favorite and a great candidate for Stuff We Love.
And what’s not to love: Coral is one of those sweetspot colors that looks great on nearly any skin tone – from delicately pale to deep tawny – and can complement gold accessories as well as silver ones.
It’s a chameleon color in that it can seemingly take on more of a pink hue when paired with shades from that family, and pick up a tangerine hue when coupled with blazing orange! Perfect for nails, shoes, watches – it’s playful, versatile and absolutely a summer hit! Check out a few coral pieces we fell in love with below – and see if you don’t find yourself having an affair with coral too! Continue reading
I’m so excited to dip back into the Tony Brewer & Company Event Archives to share this gem with you today! Back in 2008, we partnered with Atlanta’s High Museum and Atlantan Brides Magazine for Pure Elegance at the High, a dinner event for wedding planners.
I love the setup we did for dinner: long feasting tables covered in pretty ivory paillette linens and accented with tall, silver candelabra filled with lush pink, lavender, and green florals. Interspersed between these were low versions in chic silver compotes. They are the perfect touch for Southern wedding centerpieces. Mint julep cups brought even more Southern charm to the design. We then upped the outdoor garden feel with green fern-covered walls that look just like natural hedges. (Watching our floral crew makes these hedge walls it out of this world, you guys.) Then, seating areas were created using our low white banquettes with cocktail tables. Check it out:
After dinner, guests went outside and were treated to dessert served next to a twilight wedding ceremony setup. Tony and our floral designers worked a look for an arbor or chuppah with more natural greenery and lush Southern flowers. Oversized topiaries on pedestals added to the elegant Southern garden theme.
I love that our coordinators, designers, and floral crew is filled with so many different ideas and looks — one event may be themed after a Southern garden, like this, and then we will be charged with a elegant affair with glitz and glamour. Our versatile talents were definitely shown off at this event, but stay tuned for the next Event Archives post where you will see a different side to the Atlanta event design team at Tony Brewer & Co!